The PSNI has now introduced random road checks to check for people who have been drinking and driving.
This is new legislation and means that more breath tests will be conducted by PSNI, especially during the Christmas period.
Remember that it isn’t just about driving on the same day/night, but also the dangers of driving the next day.
Alan Todd, Assistant Chief Constable said:
“If you find yourself asking the question – am I fit to get behind the wheel – you’re not! Please don’t take the chance. Please remember there’s no safe limit, so don’t drink and drive.”
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- The dangers of driving the day after
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